Java Lesson 5  Mixed Data Types, Casting, and Constants
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Project  Mixed Results
Create a new project called MixedResults with a class called Tester. Within the main method of Tester you will eventually printout the result of the following problems. However, you should first calculate by hand what you expect the answers to be. For example, in the parenthesis of the first problem, you should realize that strictly integer arithmetic is taking place that results in a value of 0 for the parenthesis.
double d1 = 37.9; //Initialize these variables at the top of your program
double d2 = 1004.128;
int i1 = 12;
int i2 = 18;
Problem 1: 57.2 * (i1 / i2) +1
Problem 2: 57.2 * ( (double)i1 / i2 ) + 1
Problem 3: 15 – i1 * ( d1 * 3) + 4
Problem 4: 15 – i1 * (int)( d1 * 3) + 4
Problem 5: 15 – i1 * ( (int)d1 * 3) + 4
Your printout should look like the following:
Problem 2: 57.2 * ( (double)i1 / i2 ) + 1
Problem 3: 15 – i1 * ( d1 * 3) + 4
Problem 4: 15 – i1 * (int)( d1 * 3) + 4
Problem 5: 15 – i1 * ( (int)d1 * 3) + 4
Your printout should look like the following:
Problem 1: 1.0
Problem 2: 39.13333333333333
Problem 3: 1345.39999999999
Problem 4: 1337
Problem 5: 1313
Apply the length and substring methods to these Strings to produce the above printout.